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Sh181b water project to benefit four counties

By Mwaghesha Mkala | June 30th 2016

The government has partnered with donors in a Sh181 billion water project targeting households in Nairobi, Kajiado, Murang'a and Kiambu counties.

The new plan will see renovations, restoration and building of new transmission lines. When completed in 2017, the project is expected to benefit six million people in the metropolitan area, including those in informal settlements, get piped water.

"We already have the initiatives in Kibera and Kayole to improve sanitation and access to clean water at an affordable price," said Wachira Keen, the chairman of the Athi Water Board.

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